Wanted to say thanks again, I really enjoyed the seminar!
Also wanted to let u know that after I came home I used an app to measure my husband Jonny’s heart rate variability (HRV) before and after the tuning fork protocol for general well being and nervous system balance. His HRV had been very low lately due to over training for a triathlon. It measured 55 before and went to 76 after!!! And has stayed up since with some slight variation. Cool!!!!
The app Sheila used is called ithlete and it requires a finger sensor.
HRV is the gold standard medical test for measuring stress in the autonomic nervous system. A low HRV score indicates a high level of stress.
The US Federal Government, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), says that 90% of all illness and disease is related to stress.
The Harvard Medical School says:
“Too much stress for too long creates what is known as ‘chronic stress’ which has been linked to heart disease, stroke, and may influence cancer and chronic respiratory diseases. And illness is just the tip of the iceberg. Stress affects you emotionally, as well, marring the joy you gain from life and loved ones.”
‘Stress Management: Approaches to Preventing and Managing Stress’; Harvard Medical Publications, Harvard Medical School.
Sheila’s research shows that working with the tuning forks protocol developed by John Beaulieu for general well being and nervous system balance helps to reduce stress.